Djonno Bresser is TU Delft Best Graduate 2019
At the TU Delft Best Graduate Award Ceremony 2019 eight recently graduated engineers presented their research and results of their excellent master thesis. Djonno Bresser, graduate of the department Materials, Mechanics, Management & Design (3MD), received the prestigious title TU Delft Best Graduate 2019. The TU Delft Best Graduate Award Ceremony is organized annually by Delft University Fund. His Graduation committee consisted of Prof. Dr. Ir. J.G. Rots, Dr. Ir. M.A.N. Hendriks, Ir. M. Pari, Dr. Ir. G.M.A. Schreppers and Ir. L.J.M. Houben.
The Delft approach to Forensic Engineering
Karel Terwel together with Michiel Schuurman (AE) and Arjo Loeve (3ME), won a prestigious ICE Publishing Award for their joint work on ‘Improving reliability in forensic engineering: the Delft approach’. In the article, they describe the three main elements of the Delft approach, which in turn are based on insights gained from their respective fields of civil engineering, aerospace engineering and biomechanical engineering. Starting 19 November 2019, the MOOC ‘Forensic Engineering: Learning from Failures’ will run for the third time. This MOOC takes its lead from the insights described in the article on the Delft approach.
Research Jaap Weerheijm and Tiziano Li Piani considered among the best collaborations with European Commission
Research on mechanics of adobe structures, a joint research project of TU Delft, TNO and the Dutch Ministry of Defense, has been considered among the best collaborations with the European Commission. Both dr. Weerheijm as mr. Li Piani were interviewed on this occasion.
Erik Schlangen gives lecture at the University of the Netherlands
Can a concrete house repair its own cracks?
Erik Schlangen lectures in this course at the University of the Netherlands how he develops self-healing concrete with the help of special bacteria.